The incident broke Candy Sero’s shoulder.
Candice “Candy” Sero became well-known after video caught Canadian police on horses trampled her during the Freedom Convoy protest in Ottawa.
The Ottawa police claimed someone threw a bike at the horses, which made them scared.
Sero announced on Twitter she is moving to Florida with her family.
After getting trampled by horses by Trudeau I decided I will be moving to Florida with my family
— Candy (trampled lady)❤️🇨🇦 (@CandySero_) February 25, 2022
Here is a picture of the horses stomping on Sero.
Candy Sero, a 51 year old Tyendinaga Mohawk Wolf Clan grandmother was among those injured by a police horse charge in Ottawa yesterday. Sero, who uses a walker, has been on the front lines supporting the protests against vaccine mandates since shortly after they began in Ottawa. pic.twitter.com/KmPwOXYuJ0
— Real Peoples Media (@realpeoplesmedi) February 19, 2022
Weekend reports said Sero passed away, but her niece posted on Facebook that her aunt is alive. The incident broke her clavicle.
Sero then posted a picture of herself on Twitter.
— Candy (trampled lady)❤️🇨🇦 (@CandySero_) February 22, 2022
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